Yuko Mohri

exhibition texts




14th Gwangju Biennale “soft and weak like water”
Jason Waite, e-flux criticism
12 May 2023

10 Standout Artists at the 14th Gwangju Biennale
Jaeyong Park, artsy
24 April 2023

The Next Big Names? Here are 5 Rising Artists to Watch From the Gwangju Biennale in South Korea
Vivienne Chow, artnet
7 April 2023

Dossier: Four artists to watch in Gwangju
Andrew Maerkle, frieze no. 234
April 2023

Up Close: Yuko Mohri

Pamela Wong, ArtAsiaPacific Issue 127,
March – April 2022

The Art of Flux: Yuko Mohri at Ginza Sony Park
Alan Gleason, artscape Japan
1 September 2020

Critic’s Guide: Glasgow International’s Digital Programme

Adam Benmakhlouf, Frieze Critic’s Guide
8 May 2020

Glasgow International 2020: Digital PlatformGlasgow International 2020: Digital Platform
Joe Lloyd, studio international
8 May 2020

What Does Gravity Look Like? Artist Yuko Mohri’s Installations Make The Intangible Visible

Ruby Boddington, It’s Nice That
February 2019

Meet Yuko Mohri: The Artist Challenging Our Perceptions of Light, Sound, and Sculpture
Roisin Lanigan, Mutual Art
21 November 2018

Artist Yuko Mohri Creates Improvised Ecosystems through Found Objects
Jyni Ong, It’s Nice That
15 October 2018

Yuko Mohri unwinds at Camden Arts Centre
Barry Roberts, Apollo
7 August 2018

Yuko Mohri: How art appropriates life
Mark Rappolt, ArtReview Asia
Autumn 2016


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